Five days after returning from the Kazakh capital Astana, Joachim Löw’s side would line up against the same opposition in the more familiar environs of Nürnberg’s Frankenstadion, albeit with the weather being more like Siberia as opposed to Franconia at
There’s no coverage here in the UK once again – ESPN are showing Scotland against Serbia – so it’s find the stream time again. I manage to find a pretty stable one from Al Jazeera, with commentary in English. Bonus.
Having suffered the ignominy of blowing a four-goal lead in Berlin against Sweden at the end of 2012, Joachim Löw’s German side would look to get the 2013 leg of their campaign off to a winning start against Kazakhstan in
With the game not being show here in the UK it was stream time again, and luckily I was able to find a decent and fairly stable pipeline of ARD’s coverage where I was greeted by the familar tones of
Fritz Walter. Uwe Seeler. Gerd Müller. Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. Rudi Völler. Jürgen Klinsmann. Oliver Bierhoff. Miroslav Klose: over the years, Germany has always been blessed with a centre-forward that anyone can call world class. For as long as we all can
It’s that time again, and the upcoming double-header – and what should hopefully be the full complement of six points – against Kazakhstan in Astana and then four days later in Nürnberg.
So today saw the draw for the group qualification stage for the 2014 World Cup, and what is a somewhat familiar-looking group for Germany. In what is a six-team Group C, the Nationalmannschaft have been pitted against Sweden, Austria, the
Nothing less than a convincing victory was expected last night against Kazakhstan, and in terms of the eventual outcome Germany delivered. Three more points in the bag, four more goals on the tally. But it could have been so much
Two games, two contrasting opponents, one 22-man squad. Yes, it’s that time again. Germany’s European Championship qualifying campaign picks up again on the 26th of this month with the home tie in Kaiserslautern against Kazakhstan, and nothing less than a
Germany’s final competitive fixture of 2010 against Kazakhstan garnered the desired result – though it was a well-earned victory. The 3-0 result may have made things look convincing, but for the first forty-eight minutes the unheralded Kazakhs gave as good
Kazakhstan. A country unknown to many, and one that would have been unknown to many more were if not for the film about its allegedly most famous son Borat Sagdaev. A country famous for a weird, peasant-like people, bizarre public
Once again, the Mannschaft has been badly hit with illness and injury when closing in on an important tournament qualifier. With Michael Ballack out for the best part of two months and looking increasingly unlikely to wear the Schwarz und